Three jobs to tell you about, all courtesy of New York Speechwriters Roundtable setter Dana Rubin.
• IT firm EMC seeks an executive communications manager to “contribute to all aspects of executive communications for EMC President of Products, Jeremy Burton, from building messaging platforms and talking points (focused particularly on technical content) to supporting the development and execution of communications to internal and external audiences. Also expected to enhance awareness and understanding of EMC’s story, vision, strategy, products, solutions and value propositions for customers and employees.”
• The American Institute of Architects in Washington, D.C. is hiring a senior director for executive communications to “ensure consistent, on-point messaging for internal and external communications opportunities; provide leadership communications support at the executive level encompassing expertise in message development, writing, media relations, social media as well as public speaking and media training.”
• An unnamed Philadelphia firm seeks an executive communications manager to “write and edit communications for executives including speeches and talking points, and work with internal design resources to create visually compelling presentations.” The staffing firm the BOSS Group is conducting the search.